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>> protests continue overseas over an anti-muslim film with violent acts in recent days. >> big day at the national zoo. the female giant panda has given cub. to a wh would end $5 million for obama.ady, michelle she's on the whole show until i do what's for dinner tonight. love every visit we have had. garden and cope with schoolchildren. i have had such a lovely visit with her. lit up.e audience she walked down through the down at the sat kitchen table and talked to everybody like their next-door neighbor. d about everything from this dress? who would? good morning washington at 5:00 a. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. monday, september 17. i am steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. let's get a check of the weather with meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> the weekend weather is pouring into monday, but we will see changing conditions today as the kidsod and initiatives we have been working the president's new , ysical fitness standards about the girls, chatted about everything. and we played a carnival game. then we took a fitness test with teacher.l education >> i know both of you are very so i have no doubt you colors.ith flying >> she is so much taller than
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clouds and moisture eventually will be heading our way. our day start beautifully. our temperature right now is 60 degrees. showers will develop by midafternoon. we could see strong and possibly thunderstorms by tuesday afternoon. ahead forning tomorrow. sun and clouds at 65 degrees at today, 73 by noon, partly sunny. showers by 5:00 this to i was trying overcompensate, which is opposite of what the test should do. i ended up running liked a muppet. i look so goofy. >> i don't think she has to about that. you will be able to see that the test this morning at 10:00 --that fitness test. >> we have a look at what's ofe authoroday on afternoon. now to jamie. with jamie >> a quiet run. no problems on 95. looks good out of stafford and woodbrige and up to the capital beltway. 395 looks good. the beltway to and across the street bridge incarnations capital. southbound70 leaving the frederick area. grey."des of that interview is at 4:00 this afternoon, followed by the news 5:00. who is willing to spend $5 on just one dress? absolutely not. >> it's pretty good looking. a british designer. it is adorned with 50 black
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109, leaving urbana and through hyattstown, no delays so far. beltwayng down the the well.good as interstate 95 near route 100 been clear to the delays. and no back to you. >> thank you. talker. the top socc it has been a long night for workers at the national zoo. diamonds. two parents a piece. the address weighs almost 30 pounds. -- the dress. the audience in the ukraine had mixed reactions to it. some thought it was ugly. i like it. >> another hour of news starting right now. 6:00. >> the female giant panda gave birth late last night john gonzalez. as details. there was a baby. >> i feel like a proud uncle. giant panda gave birth to a around 10:40 last night. the zookeeper's up until now only hear the new baby panda. we got word that they got their
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.irst glimpse moments ago they are all very tired. we will talk to a senior curator .t the zoo >> i was up last night watching b.anda and she had a cu we have been waiting for this a long time. she had less than a 10% chance birth this year. reading that the staff started to think something was happen when she cradling her toys. >> she does. like she prepares for her baby's. she practices. >> so what's going to happen for the next days and weeks? >> all we can do is watch right now. s been an excellent mother and is expected to be again.
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she will be the only one taking cub.of her it will be a few months before we know if it's a boy or girl. >> thanks so much. cub for the second them. john gonzalez reporting. let's check out world news. rising tensions in parts of the middle east. >> we are seeing more protests anti-muslim fell. four u.s. troops have been killed. jummy olabanji has the latest. are they have taken to the in more than 20 countries. as. anger continues to grow across anti-american --er
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>> the president has been clear that the protection of americans remain our top priority. >> police fired teargas and cannons on protesters in who broke through a to the u.s. the way consulate. to the streets morning in kabul, afghanistan. violence has turned a deadly well-planned attack. four american troops were killed by afghan soldiers they bullied allies. 15 taliban fighters wearing uniforms will hold wall of ae outer country ande in the inside with automatic launchers.grenade and international security assistance for spokesman says have alreadyals removed a couple hundred men duty. while this is seen as a big setback, they still believe country is onthe track. >> when you talk to our guys in
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they tell you the more with them, the more we trust them. insurgents, afghan were killed in the attack and the 15th was arrested. libyan officials say they have n more arrest in the case of the u.s. consulate attack that killed four americans. fbi agents are in the ground in area and continue to investigate and interview witnesses. jummy olabanji, abc 7. >> u.s. and japanese officials planning for a second defense missile system in japan. the u.s. defense secretary says the radar system is aimed at protecting the region against a korea.from north he says the system is not directed at china. leon panetta says it will be in protecting the states as well. it is important to place a
5:07 am before that reduces the chance of conflict. they would know they cannot s because they would face consequences. iran to timothy mcveigh. need compared iran's r nuclear technology to mcveigh wanting fertilizer for crops. >> police believe some shootings the result of a domestic dispute. found a white suv they say belongs to the shooter.
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neighbors are taking care of mckinley's young son. >> brutal attack on a woman in northeast washington. the woman was found a bloody and unconscious saturday night in an whittier. first and >> i saw blood. i saw a lady who was traumatized. her face looked like it was hit. her nose may be broken. they punched. eye. her pants were off her body as someone had forced them down. the victim has left the hospital. police will not say much about except that it's under investigation. making stopsobama cincinnati and columbus, ohio. republican nominee mitt romney is in los angeles. this comes on the heels of new polls. the president is leading mitt pennsylvania.
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two daily tracking polls show that race is still very close. gallup had president obama up one. anders rasmussen gives mitt two-point edge. it's nine minutes past the hour on this monday. >> still ahead, a pain at the palm, on this monday. >> still ahead, a pain at the palm, the excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square sunnyd bottle.
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shot thisl morning. d.c., but almost 40's.ody else in the good morning, washington. am meteorologist jacqui jeras. we have some big changes by the time you get home for work today. be a lot different compared to what we are waking up duke's. 44 and at dulles, petersburg, 55 at bwi marshall. lots of clouds throughout the day. by late of rain afternoon. high temperature between 75 and 79 degrees. overnight showers and thunderstorms developing. 57-62. tomorrow we need to be paired some of thunderstorms especially late in the day could become severe.
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blustery with a high temperature of 77. showers lingering wednesday morning. cooler temperatures on the way. don't leave home without the umbrella. now, traffic. >> always tough to get going, but it's quiet. not much in the district. interstate 905 approaching route teen northbound in the senate northbound in the area, looks good. -- interstate95. in maryland, around the capital lanesy through bethesda, are open. maryland andn virginia looking good. way to start the morning. back to you. >> thank you. gas prices continue climbing, there may be hope on the horizon. average for regular is now $3.86 a gallon, that's up
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5 cents in the last week. price for regular here at home is $3.99 in d.c., $3.80 in maryland. prices should start going down, they say. normally they go down this time of year. it is 58 degrees. >> the final flight to california for the space shuttle endeavour has been grounded. california for the space shuttle endea[ male announcer ]nded. citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go.
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american and two russians are after 123 days at station.national space they touched down this morning kazakhstan. the precision of the landing be within seconds of touchdown. the beginning of the space tottle endeavour flight california has been postponed. weather forced it to delay until tomorrow. betop in houston will shortened to one day. the shovel will be put on the california science center in los angeles. many parts of thailand under after heavyorning rain. southern, andn, central parts of the country. reports of flash floods and
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of thedes in some southern provinces. no reports of casualties. >> it has been so nice here at home. yes. beautiful. starting out great. it's a beautiful morning. the clouds will be on the increase throughout the day today. a beautiful picture of the memorial. the temperature in the district degrees. look at the temperatures we have across parts of the western areas of our viewing area. frederick,s, 46 in martinsburg, 48 in winchester. big changes ahead. moister coming in from the gulf mexico. a cold front will be moving from the west &. these two things will push towards our area together. increase the chance of the next 48
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the worst of everything will be tomorrow afternoon. s could be severe. on the backside, pressure driving our wind, so very blustery on the back of a system. cooler temperatures on away. today, morning sunshine, clouds, rain expected by mid to late afternoon, 75-79 -- comfortable. cloudy tomorrow. damaging wind possible tomorrow and 77 degrees. lingers into wednesday morning. dry by wednesday afternoon, 72 degrees. how about traffic? >> a lot of schools will be out holiday.ause of the things will be lighter than normal. 95 and 395, on 395 at the
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beltway, light volume to and across the 14th street bridge. just getting reports of a crash falmouth, northbound 95, near route 17, blocking the right lane. that's northbound through the fredericksburg area. interstate 905 beyond that quantico and passing triangle and the dale city and the beltway, no problems. 270ing much volume on southbound, leaving frederick to urbana and hyattstown, so that looks good. back to you. >> thank you. sneak peak at a one of the hot new releases. >> paula faris has details. some new details about .icrosoft's tablets it would likely between $300.800 dollars. we hundred dollars and
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blacks into left field. . base hit into the left-field. atlantis crept the nationals. swept. >> philadelphia edged out baltimore. tim.w details with >> robert griffin was really good yesterday.
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let him hold you down for the next week. >> the redskins are 1-1. have a great day. >> the news continues at 5:30. >> still ahead, there's a new addition to the national school. we will look at video where john is this morning. he will tell us about the delivery of a new panda cub. he will tell us about the deliver[ male announcer ]ub. for the dreamers...
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>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> 5:30. this is the moment many washingtonians have been looking forward to. celebrations at the national zoo. last night mei xiang gave birth.
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it's monday, september 17. i am steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. jacqui jeras has the forecast. all good things must come to an end. >> we do have some exciting in the forecast you need to pay attention to. it will be a lot will b different than right now. we have clear skies right now. starting the day beautifully, will be in thickening the expected by mid afternoon. strong storms expected possibly severe tomorrow afternoon. keep that in mind as you make plans for tuesday. sun with clouds at 9:00, 73 by noon, partly cloudy, partly by 5:00. >> a couple things popping up. 95 in virginia moving
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, north of route 3, there's a crash. reports of an accident, accident frederick270 southbound near 85 27ederick' on southbound0. maryland 95 right there. 295 and b-w parkway quiet is. no problems in bowie. back to you. >> thank you. the national zoo family is a little bigger this morning. >> the giant panda mei xiang gave birth last night. john gonzalez is at the zoo with more. so much excitement about this. a very exciting day at the national zoo. the 15-year-old at the national audio].
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>> we lost that shot. we will tell you that the panda bear cub was born last night. they were waiting to see if it cub. be a second they think it's only onw. it is a little early to tell if it's a male or female. >> the 15-year-old female giant has given birth for a second time. has been artificially year.nated every it happened again at around 10:40 last night, she gave birth. zookeeper's could only hear the cub, but they got their ago. glimpse moments laurie thompson is a biologist at the zoo. tell us about this exciting birth. >> we have been waiting a long time. 2005 was our last birth.
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usually they reproduce every two years. have been trying and trying nothing, so we are very excited and very happy today. >> this is not only her second, >> each year we have had to do insemination using sperm. luckily this one took. >> i know everyone wants to know could get alic cub?se of this new >> it's going to be months in person. you can watch the webcam 24 in to get a glimpse it as we do. we have to wait until mei xiang is comfortable leaving it. >> we probably will not know the
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xiang leaves it a little so the zookeeper can get inside for a closer look. the nationale at zoo, john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >> thanks so much. another big story we are following, it's been close to a week since the first protests in the anti- east over film.m >> more u.s. service members killed in afghanistan. jummy olabanji has more. >> good morning. know that there is still unrest going on in afghanistan. just a couple of days ago four 15. troops were killed when insurgents broke into afghanistan and armedthrough the wall with machine guns and rocket-
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d grenade. they ended up killing four u.s. troops. 14 of the 15 insurgents were killed by nato forces. another one was taken into custody. the unrest continues because of fallout from. inpakistan this morning and afghanistan, there are continued protests going on. u.s. officials say right now top priority is taken care and e u.s. troops facilities on the ground in the middle east. you may not have heard the former delaware senate candidate christine o'donnell. anotheronsidering senate bid in 2014. she won the republican senate in 2010 but then lost to a democrat. >> naturalization ceremony will to mark the 226th
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anniversary of the signing of the u.s. constitution. 25 people will be sworn in at archives -- the 225th anniversary. janet napolitano will give the keynote address. there will be a ceremony at the markln memorial today to 150 years since president to freeannounced plans slaves in the confederate states. georgia congressman john lewis participateors will the event sponsored by the national endowment for humanities. this monday, 57 degrees. >> we are entering the second week of the teachers' strike in chicago. week of the teachers' strike in chicago. hat
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our south and west. that will be speeding our way, changes. watch for the clouds to increase by this afternoon. meantime, clear skies, which means it's a little cold. 48 at dulles, 52 in culpeper, 53 fredericksburg,. 60 in the district morning sunshine today with afternoon clouds. rain by late this afternoon, and temperature between 75 79. some severe storms possible tomorrow. now let's check on traffic with jamie. southbound on 270 about 85 is there there is a crash on the left side. that is sure to get jammed. that farther south germantown looks good. in rockville, this looks good at 355. there's an accident in
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interstate 95 northbound in falmouth, northbound approaching route 7 team, left lane blocked. back to you. >> thank you. 5:42, 57 degrees. >> marking one year since the occupy wall street movement. >> marking one year since the occupy wall street movement.
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noises, particularly the traffic, isnd of causing chronic sleep disturbances. from00 tonight, details our report and how the loss of sleep is hurting your health. >> the man accused of trying to detonate a car bomb outside a in chicago scheduled to appear in court today. an undercover agent gave the 18- fake car bomb and him pull the trigger. he was active in online jihadist forms and he searched for information about making bombs. >> rahm emanuel is set to ask a striking teachers back to work. it's moving into a second week after the union decided not to on a new contract proposal. >> we are extremely disappointed that after 10 months of and reaching an fair compromise that e teaching union decided to
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choicee their strike a children out of the classroom. >> the teachers' union says it time to look over the proposal and get input from members. some issues are teacher evaluations and the job security. the latest on the sikh temple shooting. the victim's family members and those wounded are getting help. people turned out in oak creek,er wisconsin. police lieutenant credited with made a surprise appearance to thank people for their support. lieutenant brian murphy was shot 15 times. letispering] i want to appreciative how your kindnessor support. >> a second officer also attended a fund-raiser. , the gunman,page shot and killed themself. >> people paused to remember the showms of a deadly air crash in nevada. a year ago, 11 people died in a
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crash at the annual air races. federal investigators blamed the on a pilot making modifications to his airplane. measures were put into place for this year's race. >> weeks of huge protests around the nation and around the world. can it accomplished its goals. story.t on september 17, 2011, protestors descended america's financial centers off a widespread social movement. the occupy protests spread to of cities across the u.s. and went open. the messages ranged from environment to opposing education costs. theme wasding inequality andme social injustice. protesters returned to new york
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on the weekend. police arrested 40 people on saturday. disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and felony assault. things were quieter on sunday. preparations were under way to anniversary. thein is working to sustain movement and he helped to start. he says the movement has not died. >> we have been going since day one. still have strong about the divorce movement. >> the message is a little diluted. >> they just seem to be a ragtag bunch of people. >> andrew spencer reporting. withis on your side morning with important news salt consumption. kids with a higher sodium intake of highcreased risk pressure especially if are obese or overweight. odenton only consume 2,300
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--ligrams of sodium per day children should only consume it 2,300 milligrams. >> blogger lines at the airports. more.bell has that and good morning. morning. soon face longer national organ dulles airport. the 2013 homeland security budget is on the chopping block. if the automatic cuts happen, lose $4rtment will billion. is will impact everything from screening to border protection and airport screening. a revamping its counsel and making it cheaper.
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that will cause a ripple effect companies. the do not call registry, the biggest complaints have to do recorded messages lowering your credit rate and windows for your home. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 5:51 on this monday morning. and are joined by jacqui jeras to look at the weather. pretty nice out there. >> a great start. the sooner the better to get done outside. not so great this afternoon. clouds on the way as well as a rain and even stronger than the storms by tomorrow afternoon. a beautiful shot. skies overnight means cooler temperatures in the morning. 60 in the district. lots of 40's on the map. 46 in martinsburg, 48 in
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manchester, 50 in culpeper and gaithersburg. let's look at the satellite picture. this is our weather for the next couple days. all this moister near the gulf will get swept up by a cold front. bring in the clouds and our chance of rain. along with that we have a cold front moving through the upper midwest. that will move our way and bring more energy to make some of afternoonms tomorrow potentially severe. will be our biggest concern. high pressure on the backside of that tomorrow afternoon. we expect very windy conditions associated with it. how much rainfall will we get? as an inch and may be spots getting two inches. the greater the chance the farther west. morning sunshine today giving way to afternoon clouds. raining by the afternoon, 75-79. cloudy tonight, showers and a thunderstorms, 57-62.
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raindrops on the map through wednesday morning. temperatures will start the cooldown wednesday afternoon, 72 s for the high temperature. fall.g a taste of jamie has traffic. >> we are enjoying the dry pavement. virginia on interstate 95 northbound past about 17 falmouth. cleanup continues on the left side. tapping the brakes a little towards triangle. closer to the beltway in springfield, moving along, but you can see the volume is growing. 270, the accident is 189.bound prior to that has been cleared. the heaviest play right now rte. 8109. back to you. >> thank you. morning.his monday
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campaign in cincinnati for president obama today. >> first lady michelle obama will visit rachael ray. >> the new season debuts later morning on abc 7. we got a chance to talk with rachael ray about her new kitchen. >> we did the math. first show in a new studio, the guest should be a the
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